The previous “Procurement Ponderable” focused on securing the best deal. The use of the word “deal” may have shocked some of you, because wheeling and dealing is not something many respectable public procurement professionals want to have associated with what they do. But, what is wrong with calling a procurement agreement that serves the best interests of the public a “good deal”? Especially since public procurement officials are very comfortable ...

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